By Tech Powered Dad | March 6, 2012
While the T3 conference was all about the latest Texas Instruments tools and techniques, there was an exhibition floor with representatives and gadgets from other companies as well. One of the most noteworthy was Vernier, a company that both makes products that work in tandem with TI technologies as well as their own standalone technologies. Vernier focuses on data collection sensors, everything from simple digital thermometers to near frictionless sleds, that are designed to let students collect and analyze real data.
While some of their products interface with the TI-Nspire, others are built to directly interface with their LabQuest units. Just last week, the LabQuest 2 unit had been announced by Vernier. While there wasn’t one on display, when I asked a few questions, one was produced from under the display. What followed was a very nice demonstration of the sleek new LabQuest 2. You can check out the video below to see more, or even read up more on the official Vernier site.